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Wolff: F1 teams must listen to fans

Mercedes Racing Director Toto Wolff believes the Formula One teams should work on improving the noise of their cars if the fans are unhappy about it. The new F1 turbo engines sound significantly different than the previous generation of power units and have been a hot topic of discussion among fans and stakeholders alike. Although most teams have admitted that more time should be given for the season to settle before calling for major changes, they have conceded that they must be willing to take action if spectator numbers start dwindling because of the noise. "I am not too much of a technician but we need to look into things," Wolff told Autosport when asked about the...
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